Can the young elite control its transparent lifestyle?

Time: Thursday, 4 May 2017, 12:30–1:15 p.m.

Location: Leaders of Tomorrow Corner

Speaker:
Prof. Michal Kosinski (PL), Assistant Professor of Organizational Behaviour, Stanford University
Leda Cecilia Samin (PH), Master Student, Hitotsubashi University, Leader of Tomorrow
 
Topic Leader: Dr Andreas Neus (DE), Head of Future and University Programs, GfK Verein
 
Survey Expert: Dr Fabian Buder (DE), Project Manager Future and University Programs, GfK Verein

Description:
In this session, experts and Leaders of Tomorrow debate the findings of the Global Perspectives Barometer 2017 on transparency. The study represents the voices of over 1,000 Leaders of Tomorrow from 83 countries.

After an introduction to the study’s most interesting results, Leaders of Tomorrow and, likewise, Leaders of Today are invited to comment and discuss how Digital Natives control their online behaviour and what it means to live a transparent life in public.

The Global Perspectives Barometer is a global study on the opinions and thoughts of the next generation of leaders. Since 2010, it has been a crucial part of the symposium’s core idea: the empowerment of the young generation.